Tips on Negotiating a Salary

UVA Career Center – April 20th, 2016

Negotiating a salary can be extremely intimidating, especially for a new graduate. Most likely as a new graduate your skills will be very similar to other grads, and you won’t need to negotiate. However if you feel that you have more to offer than a typical graduate, here are some basic tips before you decide to negotiate

Do Your Research

Make sure you understand what your position requires and demands of you. Also understand how the company functions and their process for pay raises and promotions.

Have Salary Information

Job and Internship Opportunities at RxEOB

Christie Julien – April 18th, 2016

RxEOB is a fast-paced, responsive, dynamic group of experts with an intense passion for helping payers, physicians, and consumers to achieve better, more cost-effective health outcomes.

RxEOB is Now Hiring! We’re in search of top-tier talent to fill the job openings listed below in our Richmond, VA office. Individuals who are interested in becoming a part of the RxEOB team and would like to be considered for employment are encouraged to send us your resume and cover letter to

Chesapeake Research Consortium Job Announcement

Nicole Schneiter – April 14th, 2016

Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay requires committed, passionate individuals and the Chesapeake Research Consortium (CRC) seeks such an individual for a three-year appointment to the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Habitat Goal Implementation Team. The purpose of the goal team is to facilitate projects to protect, restore, and enhance fish and wildlife habitats across the Chesapeake Bay watershed by coordinating efforts of partners of the Chesapeake Bay Program.

Assistant Webmaster for Vice Provost

Christie Julien – April 8th, 2016

Office of the Executive Vice President & Provost

Assistant Webmaster


The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost seeks an Assistant Web Developer who will work closely with the Provost's Office Webmaster and will be responsible for the daily maintenance of the Provost's Office and related websites.


Duties and responsibilities will include: 

Mentoring Makes a Difference

Lily Roth – March 31st, 2016

You know you need an internship. You’ve hit up Cavlink,, and read the career community newsletters that bombard your email every other week. You’ve even Google-searched, rather desperately. The internship search process feels, more and more, like searching for your lost sock in the ball pit when you were six. Feeling a rising sense of hopelessness, you wish you could wade back to your parents…and maybe cry a little bit.

DC Sustainability Trek - Recap and Organization Highlights

Christie Julien – March 20th, 2016

On Friday March 11th, the Engineering Science and Technology Community visited four DC organizations with a focus on Environmental Science and Sustainability.  Students got a chance to speak directly with professionals in the field, and learn about issues in the field, as well as learn about the individual career paths and stories of professionals in the working world.  Below is a short recap of the organizations visited, the kind of work they do, and the opportunities available for students.  

The Environmental Protection Agency

Web Developing Opportunity with the Commodity Weather Group

Nicole Schneiter – March 16th, 2016

Commodity Weather Group, LLC is looking to add a skilled Developer to the information technology team in their Washington, DC area office to help build their thriving and growing business.


Key Qualifications include:

  • familiarity with a web hosting environment and/or supporting a development environment

  • background seƫng up and maintaining Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stacks